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Swati Bharadwaj | HENB | Lucknow | July 12, 2022:: A Hindu girl student of class 12 was attacked by her alleged stalker belonging to Muslim community when she was coming out of the house of her tutor in Mission compound locality in Jhansi on Monday night.
The victim of minor age has suffered deep wounds on her neck and face. She has been admitted to Rani Laxmi Bai Memorial Medical college, the police said.
Her mother alleged that Danish Khan was harassing her daughter for the past two years. He used to stalk her following which she and other family met his parents. Danish had then assured he would no longer trouble her.
“Tonight he attacked my daughter with a knife when she was coming out of her tutor’s house,”she said. The tutor rushed her to the medical college where she was under treatment.
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Circle officer city Rajesh Kumar said the victim and the attacker knew each other and used to speak over the phone. The victim said he attacked her in the Mission compound and ran away after injuring her. Teams have been formed for his arrest and the police would register an FIR as soon as the family gives complaint, police said.
The hospital source confirms that the victim is out of danger and given 31 stitches in her cut injuries.
So far seven persons were taken to police custody for interrogation as stated by Jhansi Police.
Though, Jhansi is a Hindu populated city in BJP ruled state Uttar Pradesh, the daring Muslims always target the Hindu girls as their prey in ‘Love Jihad’ racket to capture the Hindu wombs by hook or by crook to achieve a big Islamic population all around.
Various Hindu organizations expressed their high concerns over such crimes created by Muslims with Jihadi mentality. They demanded immediate arrest of Danish Khan and providing highest security of the victim and her family.
Courtesy: Dainik Bhaskar.